Limited edition yellow vinyl 7" in clear polyvinyl chloride sleeve.
Two pieces for hand-held agitated unfilled extended geometric figures made of synthetic ersatz substance with straight parallel sides and a circular round section at each end.
Presented as recorded in real-time without any edits, overdubs or effects added. This recording contains unprocessed acoustic sounds only.
"Imitative behaviour has all too often invited the equivalent of a naive realist interpretation of perception, in the sense that an exact copy of the model behaviour is expected. Like perception, however, imitation always points to the cognitive capabilities of the imitator as well as to the model."1
Recorded using binaural microphones on a found, carved dummy head at the Diener 40 recording studio in Zürich on 27th june 2011. 100% acoustic rave action.
Player: Drunk Prick
Recording supervised by the composer.
 Vogt, Stefan and Carey, David (1998) Toward a microanalysis of imitative actions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21 (5). pp. 705-706. ISSN 0140-525X.